In an autobiographical note J. C. Warren claims authorship of this pamphlet. He addressed it to Joseph Story and distributed it "to every member of the whole government, beside pushing it into every part of the community." Cf. Edward Warren. Life of John Collins Warren, 1860, v. 1, p. 105 Topics: Massachusetts College of Physicians, Societies, Medical
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Petition to the Massachusetts General Court to incorporate a medical association "by the name and title of the Massachusetts College of Physicians," p. -4, signed by Thomas Williams [and eleven others] Topics: Massachusetts College of Physicians, Education, Medical, Societies, Medical
An answer, dated Jan. 20, 1812, to J. C. Warren's A letter addressed to a Republican member of the House of Representatives (Boston, 1812) Warren's subsequent Reply to a pamphlet purporting to be An answer (Boston, 1812) is addressed "to the three principal advocates of the petition for a College of Physicians, authors of the said Answer" (p. ) Benjamin Waterhouse was probably the main author. Waterhouse's support for a Massachusetts College of Physicians, as well as his previously... Topics: Warren, John Collins, 1778-1856, Harvard Medical School, Massachusetts Medical Society,...
Caption title: Reply, &c. to the three principal advocates of the petition for a College of Physicians, authors of the said Answer Topics: Warren, John Collins, 1778-1856, Massachusetts College of Physicians, Harvard Medical School,...